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Escape to Riviera Maya


Quintana Roo is home to Mexico’s most beautiful and most popular beach destination. Stretching along the southern edge of the Yucatán Peninsula, the state of Quintana Roo boasts crystal-clear waters from Cancun down to Playa del Carmen, an area known to locals as the Riviera Maya. An internationally renowned getaway spot, its idyllic beaches and proximity to marine reefs and Mayan ruins add a sense of intrigue to a stay in paradise. Guests can stay in one location or take a tour of the entire Riviera. They may wish to experience the stunning beauty of Playa del Carmen or Akumal (meaning the place of the turtles), or they can venture down to Sian Ka’an, a biosphere reserve in Tulum—just one of many UNESCO World Heritage sites on the Yucatán. Mexico’s rich and electrifying history permeates through the seaside towns. Travelers can head a few hours inland to explore some of the most well-known Mayan ruins, such as Chichen Itza and other ancient cities.

The tastes of Mexico
True Mexican cuisine goes beyond chips and guacamole, although one can’t go wrong with the classics. In the Yucatán Peninsula, the food is influenced by its Mayan roots and includes corn and achiote paste (a blend of annatto, oregano, cumin, clove, cinnamon, black pepper, allspice, garlic, and salt). Coastal Caribbean flavors are also prevalent, such as tamarind, coconut, and seafood, and have inspired dishes like Tikin-xic, a beloved grilled fish plate. No matter what type of Mexican fare travelers crave, their taste buds are sure to want more.

The sights of Quintana Roo
Sparkling beaches, fruity cocktails, and well-manicured golf courses are par for the course in Riviera Maya, but the natural wonders make this a destination for travelers seeking something more distinct.Out in the Caribbean, deep in the crystal clear waters, exists a rich wilderness called the Mesoamerican Reef. Extending nearly 700 miles from the Yucatán toward Honduras, it is the largest reef in the Atlantic and the third largest in the world behind Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and the Apo Reef in the Philippines. An ecological treasure, the reef is home to a vast array of species—including fish, turtles, and sharks—in search of food and shelter among the coral. Snorkelers and divers must strike a delicate balance between helping to preserve the fragile environment and marveling at its beauty. Back on the mainland, the historic ruins of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula are visible at every corner. Closer to Playa Paraíso are the ancient Mayan ruins of Xelhá, a pre-Colombian archeological site whose name means “spring water,” and Xcaret, an ancient trading port for the Mayans. Even further inland is the largest and one of the best-known Mayan cities, Chichen Itza, which rose to power around 600 AD. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Chichen Itza is a mystical city with a rich and diverse population, where travelers can tour nearly two square miles of ruins to learn about the beginnings of modern civilization in the Americas.

The luxuries of Playa Paraíso
Just 12 miles north of the popular Playa del Carmen in the Riviera Maya sits an exclusive stretch of sand where guests of Iberostar Grand Paraíso can get a tranquil piece of paradise. Travelers enjoy the best of both worlds, as they lounge on secluded beaches with access to the area’s best attractions.

The best time to go
Ideal conditions for the perfect getaway are between the months of November and February, which are the driest. It is, however, in the tropics which provides almost endless warmth and sunshine throughout the year.

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Country Mexico

Capital City Mexico City


CURRENCY Mexican Peso


Meet the Iberostar Grand Paraíso

Sitting on the Caribbean coast of Mexico’s Riviera Maya is the all-inclusive, adults-only Iberostar Grand Paraíso, which features a unique blend of architectural styles and thoughtfully placed interior gardens. Hosting its own world-renowned golf course and spa complex, there is no better word for it than paradise.

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Pampered in Paraíso

Encounter serenity at the resort’s SPA Sensations, located at the center of the Iberostar Grand Paraíso. There they will find the “Quiet Pool,” luxurious scrubs, and detoxifying masks that release toxins, stress, and tension. Guided by the skilled hands of our experts, guests can immerse themselves in local culture with the Mayan Escape sensation massage. With the aid of hot stones and blankets for stretching, guests will align their chakras and nourish both their body and soul.

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Grand experiences in Mexico

A blend of history and modernity, the Iberostar Grand Paraíso takes inspiration from the local charms and natural beauties of the Riviera Maya. Travelers are treated to a host of premium spa services and state-of-the-art fitness centers. They also get access to one of Mexico’s premier golf courses, where they receive a complimentary round and other discounts.
When beach-time ends, there’s always room in the Jacuzzis and poolside lounges. At night, guests can take to the dancefloor with the new moves they learn during complimentary Merengue and Salsa classes. They can elevate the experience even more by upgrading to the Star Prestige experience, which grants access to private lounges and personal butlers. Regardless of the all-inclusive perks guests choose to enjoy, the one thing they can rely on is that the Grand Experience truly puts the “paraíso” in vacationing.

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Riviera Maya’s Finest Beach

Playa Paraíso
Isolated from the crowds of other popular destinations, like Cozumel and Cancún, Playa Paraíso offers beautiful sandy beaches and the warm Caribbean waters beachgoers desire.

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Golfing in Mexico

Iberostar Playa Paraíso Golf Club
Named the seventh best course in 2012 by Golfweek magazine, this world-class golf destination was designed by P. B. Dye and is at the top of many golfers’ bucket lists. After guests witness the artful mix of ancient ruins and lush wildlife, they will understand why.

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